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Aac Sdn 6

The SilencerCo Omega weighs 6 ounces lighter, costs the same, and includes user replaceable interchangeable mounts for direct thread or quick attach. It can also go up to.300 WM, although the 762-SDN-6 is limited to.308 Win. The Gemtech ONE weighs four ounces lighter, costs $25 less, and offers user replaceable adjustable mounting options for rapid attach or direct thread. It may even go up to.300 WM.

Sound Reduction 30dB-39dB, Ratchet Mount, 7.62mm or.300

The AAC 7.62-SDN-6 is a small, fast-attach sound and flash suppressor for firearms with 7.62x51mm and 300 AAC BLACKOUT (7.62x35mm) calibers. It is 1.25 inches shorter than the 762-SD and has a completely welded all-Inconel baffle stack and front end cover for increased durability on select fire 7.62mm SBRs. The 762-SDN-6 is also a great multi-caliber suppressor for a variety of hosts, with outstanding performance on 7.62 NATO, 300 AAC, 6.8 SPC, 6.5, and 5.56mm NATO. The total SPL of 126 dB when using subsonic ammunition on a 300 AAC BLACKOUT (www.300aacblackout.com) is quieter than the 9mm HK MP5-SD.

A new AAC SDN-6 silencer is on sale. This is a 7.62mm silencer. Once the transfer paperwork has been authorized, we may ship to your FFL/SOT for $25. Please be aware of local regulations as we will not ship to locations where it is illegal. Factory packaging, silencer, flash hider, and silencer bag are included. Purchase requires contact. Thunder AlleyDescription: 7.62 NATO, 300 BLK caliber 20.0 oz in weight Diameter: 1.5" Length: 7.66" Length added: 6.10" Cerakote finish Sound reduction: 25dB 300BLK, 7.62 NATO, 39dB Mounting options include the 51T Ratchet Mount and the 51T 5/8x24 Blackout Flash Hider Mount.

Multi-caliber sound suppressor AAC 762-SDN-6 (SDN-6)

The AAC 762-SDN-6 sound suppressor is intended for use with 7.62x51 NATO ammunition, but it also serves as a great multi-caliber suppressor for different hosts, with outstanding performance on 7.62 NATO,.300 AAC, 6.8 SPC, 6.5, and 5.56mm NATO. Can only be installed on "51T" compatible devices.

Aac Sdn 6 Muzzle Brake

After hundreds of rounds, the only thing I've done is slightly scratch up the finish. And add a little of a picnic table to it. But it still sounds as quiet as the first time I tested it out. [UPDATE] The ratchet can and will wear out, and when it does, you may be out of luck. * * * * * * Ease of Use: * * * * *

Use only the Blackout flash hider mount on the SCAR 17. The Flash hider mount for 5/8x24 thread pattern comes in two 51T variations, one of which has a slight gap between the flash hider mount and the barrel's shoulder. The second 5/8x24 51T mount is a newer variant with a rear extension built only to fill the gap; effectively, the identical mount just appears better to some. I use an older 51T mount on an AAC 762-SD suppressor for my SCAR17. Take note of the distance between the mount and the barrel shoulder. Because the SCAR17 barrel lacks a decent shoulder for timing the muzzle brake, they only suggest the flash hider mount with a suppressor and not the Brake mount. And you can't use the jam nut to time the muzzle brake since it might cant the mount and cause it to be out of whack with the bore, resulting in baffle strikes or, at the very least, an end cap hit. Finish cap strike

Our flash hiders and muzzle brakes also offer a stable mounting point for our silencers. Although flash hiders have no impact on the silencer, muzzle brakes may actually lengthen the life of your can. Our muzzle brakes' blast chambers serve as a sacrificial blast baffle, taking the brunt of the weapon's muzzle blast. With the silencer installed, there is no sound difference between flash hiders, muzzle brakes, or flash suppressing muzzle brakes. Muzzle brakes, on the other hand, tend to make more noise to the shooter than flash hiders without a silencer connected. Sincerely,

THE CLASSIC SDN-6

The AAC 7.62-SDN-6 is a small, fast-attach sound and flash suppressor for firearms with 7.62x51mm and 300 AAC BLACKOUT (7.62x35mm) calibers. It is 1.25 inches shorter than the 762-SD and has a completely welded 360-degree Inconel baffle stack and front end cover to increase durability on select fire 7.62mm SBRs. The 762-SDN-6 is also a great multi-caliber suppressor for a variety of hosts, with outstanding performance on 7.62 NATO, 300 AAC, 6.8 SPC, 6.5, and 5.56mm NATO. The total SPL of 126 dB when used on a 300 AAC BLACKOUT with subsonic ammunition is quieter than the 9mm HK MP5-SD.

Aac Sdn 6 Review

Aac Sdn 6 On 5.56

MSRP: $895.95 The AAC 7.62-SDN-6 is a small, fast-attach sound and flash suppressor for firearms with 7.62x51mm and 300 AAC BLACKOUT (7.62x35mm) calibers. It is 1.25" shorter than the 762-SD and has a completely welded 360-degree Inconel baffle stack and front end cover to increase longevity on select fire 7.62mm SBRs. The 762-SDN-6 is also a great multi-caliber suppressor for a variety of hosts, with outstanding performance on 7.62 NATO, 300 AAC, 6.8 SPC, 6.5, and 5.56mm NATO.

Jason0311 first posted Originally Posted byI discovered a store that is offering a bundle deal on both of these suppressors. Both cans seem to be reasonably priced. I was almost certain I'd acquire the Silencerco Sparrow and AAC SDN-6 in that order for my first cans. I understand the 556-SD is touted as an entry-level can, but how does it compare to the M42000 and SDN-6 (I know one is 5.56 and the other is 7.62)? I believe the Pilot is an alloy rather than steel, which is why I chose the Sparrow. The Pilot 2 is likewise only rated for.22lr ammunition. If anybody has any experience with the 556 or Pilot, please share your ideas with me. And if it would be a wise decision for me to purchase the package.

Look at this thread for some nice examples:

The brake performs an excellent job of shielding the blast baffle. I just have my potato phone, so I can't take a picture that shows much, but I have almost no blast baffle erosion. I use it on 8 (maybe more? I'd have to go count the guns, which included a 10.3 5.56. Except for the HKs and the 300blk upper, which have blackouts, all have brakeouts. Look at this thread for some nice examples: http://www.ar15.com/archive/topic.html?b=6&f=20&t=394425

I own a Gemtech HVT QD. It works well with both 5.56 and.308 rounds. I wasn't sure which suppressor to choose, but the Gemtech was locally available fresh and cheaply priced (plus I was tight on time with orders in hand). I needed to have my Form 4s processed. However, my study indicates that the AAC SDN-6 is a superior suppressor. Shooting the Gemtech on my 7.5" SBR AR (which you're not supposed to do because of possible baffle strikes and pressure, though I think this might be more of an issue with a 5.56 suppressor) proved very effective, reducing the sound to the point where I could easily fire it on an indoor range with NO hearing protection. The suppressor operated wonderfully, and it was quiet enough to fire inside without hearing protection, which blew me away. Anyway, I won't be doing it with the 7.5" SBR again, so now you know!

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